Charles Rennie Mackintosh

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1868 - 1928
Scottish

-Glasgow Style, Art Nouveau, Modernism
-Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a Scottish architect, designer, and artist whose innovative approach left a profound impact on the fields of architecture and design. He was a leading figure in the Glasgow Style and the Art Nouveau movement, known for his unique integration of traditional Scottish elements with modernist principles. Mackintosh's architectural designs often featured clean lines, geometric shapes, and asymmetrical compositions, breaking away from the ornate Victorian style prevalent during his time. His most famous works include the Glasgow School of Art, the Willow Tea Rooms, and the Hill House. Beyond architecture, Mackintosh's furniture designs and decorative arts showcased his commitment to functionalism and aesthetic simplicity, earning him recognition as one of the pioneers of modern design.
-Architecture and Design

 

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